Earlier this week, after nearly two decades, Victoria’s Secret has announced that it will no longer be hosting its annual globally televised Fashion Show. With a huge fan following (the brand have nearly 69 million followers on Instagram alone), the show is infamous for its Angels—the plethora of fashion’s top lingerie models, notorious for walking down the runway donning triple XL angel wings and tiny underwear.

Victoria’s Secret was founded in 1977 by Roy and Gaye Raymond with the vision to provide women with an alternative to the boring, pragmatic, unsexy lingerie that had previously existed (and distastefully only sold in multipacks) by making lacey thongs and push up bras the norm. The first show was hosted at the Plaza Hotel, NYC in 1995, under the leadership of Ed Razek who has been responsible for organising the show since its inception. The first live webcast…

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